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We visited Culloden as tourists but felt that as we were not members of the National Trust, the cost of entering the displays etc was rather high. Rather disappointing as we had to pay for parking (in a field) as well as to enter the...More
There is something about a place that has seen so much. So much bloodshed, so much hurt. You can almost feel it seeping through the soil. It was a very heavy place to visit and I'm so thankful that I got to go. We spent...More
I have been before but this place is well worth seeing again as the information is so detailed and well presented that you are unlikely to take it all in on the first visit. I am in the National Trust so, as this is NT...More
You can't visit this part of Scotland without a stop at the historic Culloden Battlefield. The visitor center is new with very user interactive displays. The real treat is walking the grounds and imagining the brutal battle between the Brits and Jacobites. The stone monuments...More
Knowing a little bit about the battlefield and Scottish history in the mid 1700's is helpful before going here but walking the battlefield is a very moving & solemn experience. The visitor centre is thoroughly modern, well stocked with gifts and with a decent cafeteria...More
If you're interested in Scottish history, or just an Outlander fan, this is a place to see. The visitor center has a nice walk through explanation of the history. The battlefield reminds me of Gettysburg back in the 1970's. Not much more than open lands...More
I found a strong respect for those who fought here. Many folks do not know the history of this place, but many extreme changes in history started on this field. I recommend it for the small groups, and even families. Just bring a sweater and...More
We started our visit here with a decent cup of coffee and divine fruit scones.
I had a bad back that day and the staff loaned me an electric scooter so that I was able total my time and enjoy the fabulous exhibits and, take...More
This was a wonderful activity for the midday. The visitor center was very informative, and tells the story leading up to Culloden from both the view of the Jacobites and the Whigs. Don’t forget to pick up the audio tour as it had a lot...More
With a (gory)film, museum exhibits, an interesting and entertaining role play presentation, and the battlefield itself, you can learn a lot about this era and moment in Scottish history. The whole experience is very moving. Don't miss it.
In addition, they have an excellent gift...More
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Plan at least 3 hours. That'll give you a little time to browse the gift shop, peruse all the info in the exhibition hall, take the self guided tour of the battlefield and stop for a cup of tea or coffee & snack in the... More
Plan at least 3 hours. That'll give you a little time to browse the gift shop, peruse all the info in the exhibition hall, take the self guided tour of the battlefield and stop for a cup of tea or coffee & snack in the cafe. That would be moving along at a fairly good pace. If you absorb every bit of info and meander at an easy pace, give yourself 4 hours. Excellent site!